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REVIEW: Edinburgh Gin 1670

 A little bit of background Well loved for their liqueurs, Edinburgh Gin’s dry gins may receive less attention, but we think that’s a shame. Their first gin in three years, Edinburgh Gin 1670 launched in April 2018 in collaboration with Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh (RGBE). Edinburgh Gin head distiller, David Wilkinson, and botanist Dr Greg […]

There’s a gin and cheese tasting and it’s gouda be so good

In the world of gin-flavoured food (and there are so many), gin cheese may be one of the most exciting. The unique match of junipery goodness and creamy cheese is just too good. Now with National Cheese Day next week — yep, that’s a thing — there’s an exciting new gin and cheese mashup. Mark your calendars […]

Tanqueray unveils new herbaceous Tanqueray Lovage gin

Tanqueray may be one of the oldest gin brands, but the 188 year old gin has really been mixing it up this year. This March saw the release of their Spanish inspired Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla, made from juicy seville oranges. Now, Tanqueray is back at it again today with the launch of the new […]

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